Hauntingly glamorous, French-American pop songstress Ariane unveils her debut single, “Trust Fund Kids.” The melodramatic energy of the track is enticing, alluring, and dangerously playful. Her dashing vocal range syncs beautifully with the spacious synths that expand in the background of the track. Doused in a wicked, flirtatious allure “Trust Fund Kids” is pink drenched in black. The official music video for the cut boasts a retro feel, following three thrifty fashionistas stunt on a beachy boardwalk. Color-focused, the video stands as the perfect visual parallel to the moody audio. Likened to the sound of Billie Eilish, Ariane’s debut marks the beginning of a charming career for the singer- watch this space.
Drum and bass is alive and thriving on AJ Mutated’s latest offering, “Catch 22.” AJ is one half of Mutated Forms on a daring, new-found journey to cast influence in the D&B atmosphere. The Friday morning unveiling is saturated with thunder and high-energy cadences, invigorating the senses while igniting a rapidly rhythmic flame. “Catch 22” is speedy, animated with a finely tuned charisma. Saturated with a true lightening-in-a-bottle resonance, this chromatic cut is another fantastic triumph from AJ Mutated.
Making a stunning debut, former Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur and current purveyor of the now, Y Balloon unveils “Mockingbird.” The cinematic triumph is the lead single to his forthcoming JOMO EP - the joy of missing out. Atmospheric chords stretch across a plane of robust synths, as feathered vocals whisper in the background. “Mockingbird” was released in parallel with a visually breathtaking music video that features the producer isolated in the desert while a dancer moves fluidly to the natural ebb and flow of the rhythm. This inaugural single marks the beginning of a fruitful vision for the producer. Watch this space for more from the LA ace, Y Balloon.
LA-based musical visionary, Crywolf just released his album widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I ]. The 16-track effort is a stunning feat, doused in emotion and artistic dexterity. Strategically placed in the story that is widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I ] his single, “Fawn” is a chilling endeavor. The echoing sounds of a vast cathedral oscillate a bare bones guitar riff as his crystallized vocals leave a haunting pigment on the outline. The multi-instrumentalist summons a looming energy on “Fawn” leaving listeners deeply entranced- stoned in a peculiar charm. Explore the otherworldly sounds of of “Fawn” and widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I ] today.
First off, I’d like to sincerely apologize for not getting to this one sooner. LA-based DEVAULT absolutely crushes his freshly released remix of Alessia Cara’s emotive pop ballad, “Out Of Love”. The rising artist sets the theme using his signature retro brand. He infuses the original with nostalgic 80’s synths and energizing riffs that produce an incredible chemistry with Alessia’s passionate lyrics.
To better describe the track’s vibe as vividly as possible, envision yourself cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway on a cloudless day. You’re riding in a convertible, top down with the wind whipping around you, and you have absolutely zero worries in the world. Well that’s exactly what you’re going to be picturing the second the chorus kicks in - guaranteed. Highly recommend you listen to this on high quality headphones in order to truly absorb the full affect and I promise, it will leave you speechless.
Disclaimer: DEVAULT is promoted by BB writer, Alli Lindsey.
Oh man! Justice Skolnik has been on a tear lately. The Bay Area native has been ripping off amazing remixes all year long. We’ve covered his Disclosure, Lorde, Justice, and LSD remixes already, but his new one needs to be added to the list. He adds a sunny flavor to RL Grime and Daya’s hit “I Wanna Know” and I just love it! Get down to Justice’s latest remix and expect new originals from him very soon.
Disclaimer: Justice Skolnik is promoted by Beautiful Buzzz writer Hunter Thompson
Disco-pop is alive and well in Kyan Palmer and nicopop.’s latest offering, “Antisocial Socialites” featuring rapper Yuri Joness. The collaborative single is the second unveiling for the duo who were originally producing music individually. Fans of Kyan Palmer and nicopop. can now revel in their undeniable synergy. “Antisocial Socialites” is a dance floor ready anthem, saturated with a shimmering energy and hints of hip-hop on the nose courtesy of Yuri Joness. An absolute explosion of controlled energy drives the single forward with optimism and confidence. Get with the funk, and stay tuned for more from the freshly
Australian musicians continue to pioneer contemporary sounds in just about any given genre; Price Park is no stranger to this testament. The indie-electronic producer is a whirlwind of talent, delivering a vision that is larger than life with each release. His latest single, “Someone Else” featuring Jade Alice is a vast journey through syrupy musical landscapes that glow with a pastel resonance. The feel good single boasts chopped electronic production and staggering cadences that force an unmistakable kind of movement to rivet through the air. His music is an element of his own, inviting each of the five senses to engage with every turn and transition. We can’t wait to hear more for this Aussie soon-to-be-superstar.
NYC-dwelling visionary and electronic producer Aire Atlantica has been one of the most consistent artists in the elctro-fusion atmosphere in recent years. Continuously challenging his own innovation, Aire returns with his single, "Red Love” featuring Greg Aram. Moments of hip-hop roll gracefully alongside dreamy, digitally charming production. A blanket of a self-defined swagger encapsulates this swinging cut. Well balanced and enticing to boot, “Red Love” is a testament to Aire’s artistic depth and versatility.